An extensive monograph published on the occasion of Enrico Castellani’s one-man exhibition housed in the new exhibition spaces of the Prada Foundation in Milan from 26 April to 14 June 2001. The project, curated by German Celant, focuses on the first period of Castellani’s artistic activity and presented seventy works created between 1958 and 1970. The large volume contains a series of critical texts treating Castellani’s work and the context in which it developed. The texts are by Germano Celant, Angela Vettese, Bruno Corà, Anty Pansera, Adachiara Zevi, Marco Meneguzzo and Maria Teresa Roberto. The publication also includes an up-to-date bibliography, the writings by the artist published up until 1970 and a wealth of photographic documentation in colour and B & W of all of the works on exhibit, many of which comparatively unknown. The volume closes with a chronology compiled by Anna Costantini, accompanied by small photographs that besides the historical events of interest also illustrate Castellani’s principal one-man and group exhibitions. The English edition of the volume was also employed as the catalogue for the one-man exhibition curated by Germano Celant housed in the spaces of Kettle’s Yard at the University of Cambridge from 4 May to 23 June 2002.